Capturing a time of change: 3 Korean artists at Tina Kim Gallery New York – in pictures


The exhibition “Two Hours” features painting, sculpture, video and mixed media works by some of the most significant members of South Korea’s contemporary art scene.

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“Familiar Otherness: Art Across Northeast Asia”: Chinese curator Huang Du – interview


Huang Du fills the Hong Kong Arts Centre with vibrant exhibition “Familiar Otherness: Art Across Northeast Asia” that traces the cultural collisions of Northeast Asia.

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7 East Asian photographers from the Deutsche Bank Collection 1970-2010


Art Radar highlights seven East Asian photographers on display until 11 January 2016 at Tokyo’s Hara Museum of Contemporary Art in an exhibition of photographs from Deutsche Bank’s collection of over 60,000 works.

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Nam June Paik’s prophetic final works at Gagosian Hong Kong – in pictures


Gagosian Gallery in Hong Kong unveils “Nam June Paik: The Late Style”, the retrospective debuting the gallery’s exclusive representation of the late artist’s estate.

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Femininity, cyber-addiction and meditation: 4 Korean artists in Greece


In a Venetian fortress in Rethymnon on the Greek island of Crete, four South Korean artists reveal compelling issues of our times.

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From recording evidence to becoming an artist in Korea: interview with Che Onejoon


Korean artist Che Onejoon speaks to Art Radar about exposing the layers in Korea’s socio-political issues.

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